سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۶
محل انتشار: چهارمین کنفرانس آسیایی و دهمین سمینار بین المللی مدیریت مشارکتی آبیاری
تعداد صفحات: ۱۳
Ali Ghasemi – M.Sc. in Irrigation Structures, and Managing Director of Qazvin Irrigation Management Co. (QIM), & Initiator and Executive of Qazvin Participatory Irrigation Management Project. Address: Shahid Bahonar Bulvd., Qazvin, Iran.
on differential change in the fields of economy, culture and nature, however, leading to the creation of many tensions which should be recognized and controlled. Many socioecological uncertainties and deficiencies have posed impacts on different development strategies adopted during the past years. Authorities believe that empowering the target beneficiaries and creating active NGOs, followed by gradual transfer of related commitments to competent people-oriented are accounted for the initial steps in structure reforming and managing improvement processes.
Investigation on participatory and farmers-based irrigation management has revealed noticeable lack of a native pattern, for which, evaluation on the reasons of success in the successful pilot as Qazvin towards removing cultural and legal obstacles and the process of extending the development program of people’s participations stand and lead to "solidarity" in methodology of irrigation management transfer.
This essay highlights the following cases:
• Factors and elements of weaknesses in administration and managing structure
• Management rules and regulations involved in the area of agricultural water
Then a new scope will be presented on separation of water resources management and their utilization towards formulation of the Integrated Water Law and structural reforming of water management. It presents many applicable suggestions on method of organization, irrigation management transfer process, and promotion of productivity. At last, a new operating pattern for water supply (basin) and consumption (network) in hydraulic establishments is proposed under the title of Integrated Water management System «Inversed» tree-shape.